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Key to all optical illusions discovered


Posted on Wednesday, 4 June, 2008 | Comment icon 3 comments


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"Humans can see into the future, says a cognitive scientist."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Kamazar on 10 June, 2008, 13:24
I wonder if there's some way to use the neural delays to see further into the future. But then the actual light has to hit the retina's... I wish they'd explain a little more on how we see the future.
Comment icon #2 Posted by yallways on 12 June, 2008, 2:43
What? Did some high school geek come up with this ridiculous idea? There are several reasons why this explanation is completely void of any truth. 1. Due to the fact that you are not actually moving toward the object, you are not actually seeing a tenth of a second into any future. You are merely projecting a possible future at the most. Nothing real though. People see those types of futures all the time. It's called daydreaming. 2. If the circles fool your brain into thinking it's moving forward causing the lines to bend outward, then it would continue to fool your brain a tenth of a second i... [More]
Comment icon #3 Posted by Paracelse on 17 July, 2008, 1:20
What? Did some high school geek come up with this ridiculous idea? There are several reasons why this explanation is completely void of any truth. 1. Due to the fact that you are not actually moving toward the object, you are not actually seeing a tenth of a second into any future. You are merely projecting a possible future at the most. Nothing real though. People see those types of futures all the time. It's called daydreaming. 2. If the circles fool your brain into thinking it's moving forward causing the lines to bend outward, then it would continue to fool your brain a tenth of a second i... [More]


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